About the Report
This new report considers the growth of Data Centre space, power, pricing for Iceland.
The report shows the revenues for Cloud and Data Centre Market forecast over the period from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 and provides profiles of the key Public Cloud and Data Centre providers for Iceland.
Iceland has some of the most advanced ICT usage worldwide. For example, according to the most recent World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competition Index (GCI) published in October 2019, Iceland is ranked 26th out of 141 economies worldwide - with a score of 74.7 percent out of 100 (a fall of two place rankings worldwide). In terms of ICT adoption Iceland is ranked 7th out of 141 economies (including factors such as mobile subscribers, Broadband subscribers, Fixed broadband, Fibre internet & overall internet users). And for digital skills Iceland is ranked second out of 141 economies worldwide. Iceland is a small country of only 357,000 people and has a Data Centre sector comprising of five Data Centre Providers.
Iceland has become a major destination for bitcoin mining and HPC (High Performance Computing) users with Data Centres built to cater for high density applications, benefiting from free air cooling and low cost renewable power sources. International connectivity has been an issue with latency due to Iceland’s distance from other European countries making Iceland less attractive for low latency applications but highly attractive for high-density HPC applications.
- Methodology - Iceland Data Centre Landscape
- Digital Statistics Summary
- Data Centre Connectivity
- Iceland Power - Supply & Power types
- The key third-party Data Centre Providers & Facilities in Iceland
- The key Data Centre Provider Profiles
- Icelandic Data Centre Space Forecast
- Icelandic Data Centre Power Forecast
- Icelandic Data Centre Power in kWH
- The key Data Centre Clusters in Iceland
- Icelandic Data Centre Pricing Forecast
- An Icelandic Data Centre Revenue Forecast
- An Icelandic Public Cloud Forecast
- Icelandic Hyperscale Data Centre investments
- The key Trends for the Icelandic Data Centre Market
- The Outlook for the Icelandic Data Centre Market
List of Figures
Figure 1 - A simplified map of Iceland
Figure 2 - A table showing the key subsea cable system connectivity from Iceland
Figure 3 - A table showing the key domestic fibre network deployments in Iceland
Figure 4 - A table showing the key third-party Data Centre Providers & Facilities in Iceland
Figure 5 - A table showing the key domestic fibre network deployments in Iceland
Figure 6 - A picture showing a container in the Thor Data Centre facility
Figure 7 - A picture showing the construction phase of the Reykjavik DC
Figure 8 - A picture showing the Verne Global Data Centre facility
Figure 9 - A chart showing forecast Icelandic Data Centre raised floor space from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in m2 per annum
Figure 10 - A pie chart showing the key Data Centre Provider market share in Iceland by raised floor space - in percent
Figure 11 - A chart showing forecast Icelandic Data Centre Customer Power in MW per annum - from mid 2021 to mid 2025
Figure 12 - A chart showing the utility cost in Euro per kWH for selected European Countries including Iceland
Figure 13 - A table showing the utility industrial pricing in Euro per kWH for selected European Countries
Figure 14 - A chart showing forecast average Icelandic Data Centre Pricing (standard rack space, m2 & kW rentals) from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in Euro per month
Figure 15 - A table showing the spread of Data Centre rack space Pricing (from lowest to highest) for selected European Countries - in Euro per month
Figure 16 - A chart showing forecast Icelandic Data Centre Revenues in millions of Euro per annum - from mid 2021 to mid 2025
Figure 17 - A chart showing forecast Icelandic Public Cloud Revenues in millions of Euro per annum - from mid 2021 to mid 2025
The analyst researches its reports typically within a three-month period. All of its reports are based on primary and secondary research including interviews with relevant companies/operators covered in the report. The analyst also draws on its extensive in-house database and its contacts in the field of telecommunications it has established since the company was launched in 2006.
The analyst has 26-years of experience in the field of telecoms pricing both mobile and fixed. They have a network of consultants as well as a multi-lingual research team, with languages spoken French, German, Polish and Spanish.